Ayurveda's wellbeing approach to food is based on your individual health needs, not a reductive plan or regiment.
Gita Ramesh's cookbook is full of recipes focused on mind-body wellness in tune with dinacharya, a daily self-care routine.
Mango ginger is a traditional Ayurvedic remedy for a variety of ailments, and the root’s paste is used for sprains and bruises.
In Ayurvedic medicine, this vine's root has anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties, plus healing and analgesic attributes.
The pungency rasa, or taste, brings a focus on digestion. Following Ayurvedic principles, this spicy recipe aids metabolism.
In this Q&A, Ayurvedic chef Divya Alter explains how the ancient Indian system promotes both emotional and physical wellbeing.
Alter's book serves as a modern guide to Ayurvedic cooking at home, with a focus on balance in making food choices.
Ayurvedic scholar Dr. Bhaswati Bhattacharya, in this interview, explains why you are not what you eat, but what you digest.
Looking for a comprehensive guide to wellness based on Ayurvedic tenets? Dr. Bhattacharya's book is a great place to start.
The creator of "The Doctor's Kitchen," Dr. Rupy Aujla explains how the Ayurvedic diet has contributed to his practice.